Srinath Sai Ram
Hr Manager
Ashutosh Thakre
Hr Professional
Sdvrg
Hr Exe.

#Anonymous

Hi All,

I am writing here to seek your help on my last working day with my organization.

Issue summery : On my last working day HR and operations manager denied for releaving and forced me to extend LWD by 30 days.

I am working with one of the well known BPO, as per appointment letter there is seperation policy in which employee either serve 60 days notice period at other he will pay basic salary in Liu of notice period.

I had submitted my resignation on internal HR tool and same was approved by my manager with buy back of 30 days and entered last working date -30 days from resignation date. As per policy I had served 30 days notice and agreed to pay 30 days salary in Liu of remaining duration.

Post 30 days of notice period, I have recieved an email for seperation formalities. I had done all handover and submitted my identitiy/access card to admin dept.

Post complition of all formalities HR and Operations manager both called me in their cabin and pressurized me to extend the notice period for next 30 days, HR manager denied to release me as well they have amended my last working day on internal HR tool and mentioned future exit date.

I have an autogenrated email stating prevoius exit date.

Pls suggest is it possible and ethical to change last working day of an employee post done seperation.
14th April 2017 From India, undefined
Hello ..... Do you have the copy of resignation which is sign my your HR manager as a approved of your resignation.
14th April 2017 From India, Jalalpur
#Anonymous
@Amitkumarprajapati
Sir, Thanks for response.
We have an online application for resignation. I do have an autogenrated mail stating my resignation has been accepted by my reporting manager and date of last working. Same was approved by HR SPOC as well I have recieved mail of seperation on my last working day, however post received that mail afyer 4hrs my reporting manager changed Last working day on online application
14th April 2017 From India, undefined
Thou, it is rare that a once agreed date on relieving date is changed at the last moment, but if you do not have a written proof or an email from the concerned people, in this regards, there is not much that you can do about it. Also the separation policy, would definitely be saying, that the payment in lieu of would be as per the acknowledgement from the management.
So, in absence of the written proof or a screen shot where the earlier date was visible on the online resignation module, you have only an option to request the management to relieve you as per the earlier verbal confirmation.
Even, if you have a mail from the HR, stating that the Last Date of working is so and so, you can tell, them that, this was already accepted and thereby you cannot go back on the agreed contract.
14th April 2017 From India, Mumbai
Hello....
As i earlier said that without the proof you did not do anything because management had various reason against you. but if you have the proof as in written or the screen shoot of that mail which is accept by the HR manager then you can do something against them or you can file the cases against them in labour court.
14th April 2017 From India, Jalalpur
#Anonymous
Thanks Ashutoshji and Amitkumarji for valuable suggestions, adding to this I do have mail in which HR SPOC mentioned that "We can facilitate early release but you will be required to pay notice recovery amount after in your fnf settlement" as well there are instructions for my manager to mention my last working day on online portal. On very next day of that mail my reporting manager setted LWD for me which was 30 days from resignation date.

I have an autogenerated mail for same which contains earlier LWD.

On my last working day I have received mail for separation formalities stating " as per our records today is your last working day with organization."

Post this mail my manager again initiated new LWD For me which is 60 days from my resignation date.

Pls suggest me mentioned mails/ proofs will help me to claim relieving letter.

I do have to meet HR manager face to face or I do send all these mails as an attachment asking for relieving letter OR I have to serve remaining 30 days notice period...
15th April 2017 From India, undefined
Please share actual Notice Period Clause as mentioned in your Appointment letter. is it mentioned as "2 Months Notice on either side or payment of 2 Months Salary in lieu of notice Period? based on the same, your query can be answered.
15th April 2017 From India, New Delhi
#Anonymous
Yes Srinathji, said lines are mentioned under separation policy.
Termination of Employment (a) Either party can terminate this employment by serving a notice of 60 days on the other. The Company may at its absolute discretion make a payment representing salary in lieu of notice of termination.
16th April 2017 From India, undefined
Either party can Terminate this Employment by serving a Notice of 60 days on the other. As per this Clause you are bound to give 60 Days notice.There is no mention of 60 Days Salary in lieu of Notice.Consequently, they have not yet relieved you from service, since you are still in Notice Period
16th April 2017 From India, New Delhi
#Anonymous
I have an e mail from HR SPOC in my resignation mail stating as per policy they will facilate me early leaving but I have to pay for it in full and final settlement.
"Make a payment representinh salary in lieu of notice of termination "
This lines representinv the same, means they are supposed to releave me, as well My manager also mentioned my last working day on online resignation portal.
But now they are go back feom agreed contract.
17th April 2017 From India, undefined
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